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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) – State workers can expect to see a couple of more bucks in their paychecks in the coming months.

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On Wednesday, Gov. Rick Scott is expected to sign a bill that includes $183 million for varying levels of pay hikes for state employees.

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The rank-and-file who currently earn $40,000 a year or less will get a $1,400 pay raise, and those earning more than $40,000 will receive a $1,000 raise.

The legislation also authorizes 5 percent pay raises to state law-enforcement officers and 10 percent raises to judges, state attorneys, and public defenders.

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The bill includes changes to retirement and health insurance benefits. Newly hired public employees will be placed in an investment 401(k) styled-plan if they don’t make a choice within nine months of starting their jobs. Currently, those employees are placed in a traditional pension plan.